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Learn from the expertise of Patrick and Sabine Couture, who are the owners and operators of Resting Paws Cemetery & Crematorium Inc.

Newsletter April 2018

Ticks and Lyme Disease. It is that time again. As soon as the temperature is +4 C and higher we have to start protecting our pets. Ticks that are carrying Lyme Disease are infected with a bacterium called Borrelia. Once a tick is infected with Borrelia it remains a...

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Newsletter March 2018

What can I expect if I witness the cremation of my companion? At Resting Paws we offer witnessing of the semi-private and private cremation free of charge. Since December 2017 we look after cremations on Saturday to give more people a chance to come out and be there...

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Newsletter February 2018

I don’t know what to say when someone lost their pet….   We hear this a lot and just recently one of our clients asked if we could come up with some suggestions. Acknowledging that someone has lost a loved one (yes, a pet is a loved one) is key. We all know people who...

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Newsletter January 2018

Happy New Year and all the Best for 2018. As the new year starts and we make resolutions we just want to remind everyone how easy it is to help animals. Here are some of the things people do to help: • Donate (money) to the Humane Society in their area • Donate...

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When we get “the call”

We thought it might be important to walk you through the steps we take when we get a call that a pet has passed away. If your pet passes away at home you do not need to take it to a Veterinary Clinic. You can call us directly and we help you make the arrangements that...

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Paws News December 2017

Leaving your dog at a Boarding Kennel for the first time: With Christmas approaching and people travelling to be with family we thought it might be a good idea to tackle the subject. Most of the information was found on the following website:...

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Paws News November 2017

How do you know if you actually receive the service from your pet aftercare provider that you requested and paid for? The short answer is you don’t. Keep in mind that the Pet Aftercare Industry is unregulated and that there is no real oversight. Veterinary...

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Aftercare for Pocket Pets

Pocket Pets: The most common pocket pets include rodents such as hamsters, gerbils, fancy mice, fancy rats and guinea pigs. It also includes sugar gliders, flying squirrels and hedgehogs. Pocket pets require specialised Veterinary Care and in Ottawa there are 2...

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In Home Veterinary Service

Home Euthanasia   We know Euthanasia is a very difficult subject for pet owners. In the last 2 years we have seen an increase in pet owners inquiring about Home Euthanasia. We work primarily with 3 Veterinarians who offer this service and we have referred many pet...

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